- Peace dividend must follow peace deal
- We owe it to the people of the Great Lakes to help fulfil their long-held vision: an end to conflict, children in school, respect for women's rights, access to healthcare and sustainable energy, and income and opportunity for all.
- Asian engines of growth
- Premier Li Keqiang's ongoing visit to India will create a new chapter in Sino-Indian relations.
- Good-neighborly efforts
- China and India will enhance political trust, deepen pragmatic cooperation and strengthen people-to-people understanding.
- Bordering on closeness
- Chinese Premier Li Keqiang's decision to make India his first foreign port of call reflects both growing trade ties between the two countries and the need to quell unresolved border tensions.
- Japan out to rival US
- Japan has never been happy following the US. It seems that it has now set its eyes on seizing the dominant position in the Asia-Pacific from the US.
- Better late than never
- For Manila's part, it should truly reflect upon its provocative behavior in the region and stop playing dirty and act in a more reasonable manner.
- Anatomy of an electoral defeat
- The PPP's defeat in the recent Pakistani elections is a signal for it to reconnect with its socialist base in order to address people's needs.
- New type of ties
- Both Beijing and New Delhi are at a new starting point and by inputting positive energy into their interactions they can lift ties to an even higher level.